The Future of Work
What will the future of work look like - and what does it mean for you? Explore how technology, thought-leadership and creativity will shape new ways of working and connecting.
Kathy Gilbert is an experienced executive management consultant and QUT career mentor! Since 2006, she has supported students and graduates with career development and the transition from study to the workforce through QUT’s Career Mentor Program. She shares why being a mentor is a valuable experience for both personal and professional growth.
Creative Industries alumnus, Henry Wagner, is the Vice President of Marketing at OfficeMaps. He shares two un-taught lessons from his university experience that prepared him for the real world.
Discover how the QUT community is making a real difference across the world.
After working in the corporate world for five years, QUT alumnus, Jess Jasch, decided to pursue her passion for health and wellbeing. Now a Wellness Specialist, she was recently named one of the ten greatest health and wellness coaches in Australia. Jess shares her career journey to date and how she found a path that aligns with her values.
Adjunct Professor Noel Whittaker AM and Professor Lisa McManus share their expertise on taking charge of your finances. Webinar recorded on Tuseday, 27 April.
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Health and Wellbeing
Learn how you can keep your physical and mental health, social connection and work-life balance in check.
In 2020, the working world had to change business operations overnight and, with it, help employees find a sense of continuity. Global Head of Culture, Inclusion and Employee Engagement at GE Healthcare, alumnus Rachel Scheel shares how this global brand supported employee wellbeing and inclusion in a year like no other.
Throughout history, there have been many redefining moments. Sound waves, air travel, the internet, smart phones, and now – remote working. If you’re joining a remote team (or new to the WFH hustle), QUT alumnus, Terese Lam, shares eight tips for thriving in your new work environment.
Explore the latest ideas and advances coming from our QUT community.
The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre (APCRC-Q) at QUT’s Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) is pioneering the most clinically advanced technologies in Australia for prostate cancer management.
Brendan McGrath secured his first job in the automotive industry while studying a Graduate Diploma in Industrial Design at QUT. He now calls Los Angeles (California) home, where he runs a manufacturing start up in the high performance automotive and aerospace sector. Recently named SEMA GEN III Innovator of the Year, Brendan joined us for our entrepreneurial alumni profile series.
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